Koinobori Koi Tattoo
Did you know that this koinobori shed a lot of ink when it came out?
It is most certainly the boldest of our creations, or, say, the most politically incorrect. Why?
because this windsock, with its so specific indigo blue, takes up the codes of the tattoos of the famous Yakusa (the Japanese mafia). This koinobori celebrates children while paying tribute to the graphics of tattoos.
In short, this koinobori offers a big gap to the traditional Japanese windsock that we hoist in the wind on May 5 during Kodomo No Hi!
The Tattoo Koi has always been a best seller in Europe, constantly in the 3 best sellers, and irony of fate, it now seduces Japanese in thirst for modernity in the celebration of tradition. We love it!
Madame Mo revisits the mythical Japanese wind socks: the Koinobori. With koinobori, let poetry, art and Japanese delicacy infuse your daily life!
Made of organic cotton, koinobori, a real lucky charm for children in Japan, is an unusual decorative object, which, with its shimmering colors, illuminates everyday life.
It brings a unique decorative touch to homes, terraces, balconies or gardens.
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